Hyde Park

About Hyde Park

Hyde Park is a neighborhood full of history. It was made into a city in 1922. Only a year later, though, its citizens voted to incorporate with Los Angeles. You will find mainly single-family buildings and condominium buildings in this neighborhood. In addition to its history, this neighborhood also has several parks.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $399,000 to $1,800,000

Closed Prices: $250,000 to $1,619,000

Median Sale Price: $850,000

Average $ per sq ft: $608

Association Fee Ranges: $190 to $191/mo, $0 to $220

Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home

Age: 1912 to 2007

Sq. Ft.: 601 to 3925 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 1 to 6 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 5 Bathrooms

Around Hyde Park

Hyde Park is a sprawling, dense neighborhood, so no matter what kind of housing style you choose, you'll find it here. Like most of Los Angeles, Hyde Park has primarily single-family homes but with a few condominium options spread throughout the neighborhood. Crenshaw Boulevard and Slauson Street are the main thoroughfares through Hyde Park, giving the residential streets around them heavier traffic. Although the closer you are to these streets, the more walkable the experience, as they host a majority of the neighborhood's restaurants and bars. Angeles Mesa, northeast of Crenshaw and Slauson,is considered one of the more historic neighborhoods in the city.

The restaurant scene in Hyde Park is simultaneously dynamic and traditional. Classic diners, Cajun cuisine, and traditional Mexican food is the name of the game in Hyde Park. The intersection of Slauson Avenue and Crenshaw Boulevard has most of the neighborhood's establishments and boasts Italian, fast food, and burger-and-beer restaurants. Mama's Chicken and Market has been a neighborhood staple since 1964 and continues to draw locals and tourists alike.

Hyde Park's nightlife is mostly concentrated to the neighborhood's northern end, offering sports bars, jazz clubs, and cocktail lounges. There are a few galleries off of Vernon Avenue that show off some of the local talent. If you want to catch a performance, there are a few theaters off of Crenshaw Boulevard.

Hyde Park's nightlife is mostly concentrated to the neighborhood's northern end, offering sports bars, jazz clubs, and cocktail lounges. There are a few galleries off of Vernon Avenue that show off some of the local talent. If you want to catch a performance, there are a few theaters off of Crenshaw Boulevard.

A relaxing Sunday is never a boring one in Hyde Park. Take a stroll through one of many parks in the neighborhood before getting some shopping done along Crenshaw and Slauson Boulevards. In the northern part of the neighborhood is The Museum of African American Art. Finish off the weekend with dinner along Crenshaw Boulevard or Slauson Avenue.

Locals Love

  • Many different types of cuisine
  • Historic area
  • Exciting nightlife

Locals Don't Love

  • Tourism

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